London, South Kensington
30 September 2004
William Turner of Oxford, O.W.S. (1789-1862)
View from Birdlip Hill, Gloucestershire
signed, inscribed, and numbered 'No. 4/View from Birlip [sic] Hill Glocestershire [sic] William Turner' (on a label attached to the reverse of the mount)
pencil and watercolour
16 3/8 x 27¾ in. (41.6 x 70.5 cm.)
with Agnew's, Manchester.
James Worthington, by 1887.
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